In just one year, we have gone from the flappers the years 20 the brave holsters Wild West. All women 'take up arms' having a dress-code common: fringe.
If Nancy Sinatra was right in his "Boots are made for walking" now "Bang, bang… I hit the ground"It will be your new search-motiv. In the XXI century and just a few days ago, the Spanish designer Maria Escoté dusted the looks of the Far-West girls with a unique mission that breaks the rules of luxury: que fringe 'take' the road again, away from its exclusive use for night outfits and 'dismantling' classical aesthetics that often accompanies the most sophisticated looks. A trend that Susana Blázquez, designer Maroon Velvet (High leather goods firm made in Spain) and he predicted to create two of the most iconic bags:
Woodstock: maxi-strap in cowhide nubuck leather fringed hand knotted in camel color or stone with gold hardware. 580 Eur.
Capri: Natural python skin detail combined with mandarin and hand knotted fringes lamb nappa. 545 Eur.
Two suitable accessories and the last! to recover the spirit and essence of the American Western and you can combine with jeans and cotton shirts, jumpsuits and gauzy long dresses for the most special moments or, marcándote a Escoté, a full outfit Betty Hutton to the legendary 'Queen of the West' (1950).